What’s All The Buzz About?
The Cedarville Yellow Jacket mascot has changed throughout the years, but some traditions live on.
“It’s like the picture of Cedarville when you see the Yellow Jacket,” says cheerleading head coach Kristin Miller, who oversees the mascot, “and so that ties sports in with the great academic institution that it is.”
One change this year is that a new student is playing the Jacket. Miller announced in September that the previous year’s
Yellow Jacket had graduated and that a ...
Jackets Kick Season Off With Double Overtime Thriller
Friday night was the beginning of a new chapter for Coach Pat Estepp and his staff. Cedarville men’s basketball opened up its 2013-2014 campaign in the second Don Callan Classic against NCAA Division II St. Joseph’s College.
Much anticipation was in the air as seven new players began their careers. The student section was loud and energized. President Thomas White kicked off the season with an invocation.
The Jacket’s starting line included Austin Pickett and Jason Cuffee at the guard ...
Student Spotlight – Lesley Nash: Colonial Dancer
Senior Lesley Nash went from Yellowstone scenery to Ohio cornfields and found it hard to cope. So she taught colonial dancing.
Nash, a history education major, picked up this hobby during her time at Jackson Hole Bible College, a one-year Bible school near Jackson, Wyo.
“We were kind of in the middle of nowhere – tiny, tiny school,” Nash said. “Not much to do on nights when you’ve just finished a class.”
Nash said an alumnus who was also a professional dance caller in ...
Movie Review: ‘Ender’s Game’
Asa Butterfield, Harrison Ford, Hailee Steinfeld, Ben Kingsley
Asa Butterfield stars as Ender Wiggin, the hero of the popular book of the same title written by Orson Scott Card in 1985. The story takes place in the future, 50 years after a war with an alien race nearly wiped out the human population of planet Earth. To prevent another devastating invasion, the human race has launched a counter offensive to deal with the alien race, known as the ...
The Evolving Entertainment Culture
We live in an age in which internet subculture has become so expansive that its very references and behaviors impact “actual” culture at a constant rate, making it difficult to tell the two apart. In regards to the entertainment industry, not only has this phenomenon brought about new forms of entertainment, but it has also allowed prior forms to be distributed in increasingly creative ways.
When the accessibility of the present age meets a multitalented performer, the possibilities are ...